Q: Can foreigners buy property in Japan?
A: At present, Japan has no restrictions on foreigners buying houses. Foreigners can purchase property.
Q: What shoud I do if I don’t understand Japanese?
A: We will provide Cantonese, Mandarin and English translation services.
Q: Will the procedures be very cumbersome? Is it safe to buy and sell?
A: The company’s staff in both places will provide you with professional services. Since Japan has excellent real estate laws and related regulations, you can rest assured to invest in real estate in Japan under the protection of regulations.
Q: Do I have to go to Japan to go through the relevant procedures?
A: The important matter is that I (or the agent) must fully understand and have no objections before signing the contract, so I must go to Japan to go through the relevant procedures.
Q: If I decide to buy a Japanese property, how long does it usually take from signing to settlement?
A: Generally it takes about 4 to 6 weeks from the signing of the contract.
Q: If I bought a property, how should I rent out?
A: You can entrust the Japanese leasing company and management company to rent and arrange all matters related to the lease.
Q: Can I get a loan to buy a house in Japan?
A: Yes, please contact us for details.
Q: Bsides the price of property itself, what kind of expenses should be borne?
A: The initial cost is about 6% -8% of the property price (depending on the property). These include printing paper tax,property acquisition tax, fixed asset tax, judicial scrivener remuneration and other expenses. The specific tax rate varies according to individual. Our person will explain to you in detail.
Q: What are the company’s charging standards?
A: When you are willing to go to Japan to see a house on site and you need to accompany an interpreter, the Hokkaido area is completely free (other areas will charge reception fees for translation, etc.)